Zoom into Japan! Every month, Japan Centre will be profiling locations around Japan, finding out what they’ve got to offer the hungry traveller. So come join us, and feast your eyes on some spectacular places!
First up- it’s Nagasaki.
Picturesque, culturally rich and offering splendid culinary delights, Nagasaki is a charming gem on the southern island of Kyushu.
Many people think of cherry blossoms when they think of natural sights in Japan. But did you know that Japan’s autumn foliage can be equally striking? Read on to discover the best places for viewing Japan’s spectacular Autumn foliage!
Japan’s High School exams are notoriously tough. It’s no suprise then that Japanese students want to give themselves every advantage when it comes to tests. Level-up your study habits with our top tips from Japan.
Learn how to use some of our favourite bento accessories with this handy guide.
Greetings, Inside Japan Centre Readers!
If you visit Japancentre.com regularly, you may have noticed that we have been promoting everybody’s favourite Japanese biscuit confectionaries, Pocky and KitKat, this week. We are always trying to offer new and exciting varieties of these iconic snacks, and we believe this time we have hit the nail on the head with the all-new toastable KitKats, now available to buy online!
You’ve cooked a delicious Japanese meal, but how to serve it? Learn all about the tableware you need to make your dinner or afternoon tea picture perfect.
You need not practice your cockney and brave London town to visit Japan Centre. This year we’re coming to you! We’ll be visiting all sorts of places around Europe, so you can have the coolest and yummiest stuff all the way from Japan. Keep an eye on our Events Calendar to see where we will be popping up next, you never know if could be in your neighbourhood!
Father’s Day is rapidly approaching. If you’ve been struggling to find the perfect gift for someone special, why not take some inspiration from Japan and celebrate Father’s Day Japan style!
Japan has a reputation for being a country with strict etiquette. Especially if our Japanese textbooks were anything to judge by! Visiting a Japanese friend’s home may now class on the scale of ‘defeat Godzilla’, however just like everywhere else in the world making an effort to have good manners will get you a long way!
Check out our guide for some small dos and don’ts when you’re visiting a Japanese home for the first time.